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JNI libraries in WAS

 
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Hi,
I am using WAS 3.5.3. We have some JNI shared libraries which need to be loaded when the App.Server instance is started. I can modify the startupServer.sh script to include the directory which contains these libraries, but my client does not allow this. We've explored the option of creating symlinks in the websphere/lib directory, but this is also not allowed. Can someone suggest a viable alternative? We've tried using the command-line arguments to append to the java.library.path property, but haven't been successful so far. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
 
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